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Segovia Aqueduct

Plaza del Azoguejo, Segovia, Spain
+34 921 42 59 11
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“day trip” (112 reviews)
Plaza del Azoguejo, Segovia, Spain
+34 921 42 59 11
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Reviewed yesterday

Amazing structures with a lot of cafe surrounding it. Worth to visit and to enjoy the beautiful scenery around.

Thank TerminatorSarawak
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Builded by the Romans, stone by stone, is a great piece of ancient engineering and also the main reference point in Segovia.

Thank luchiben
Reviewed 5 days ago

If you are planning to spend any time in the central part of Spain, make this spot and the surrounding town a day trip in your plan. The view is awe inspiring, you can actually walk to the top and catch some amazing views and...More

Thank Bamagrizzly
Reviewed 1 week ago

Aqueduct built by Romans from the first century that worked until the 19th century with some repairs during that time . Still standing tall like it could go back to work today.

Thank matone820
Reviewed 1 week ago

Amazing, amazing, amazing! Super architecture! A must see! Fantastic to see such a huge edifice still standing for centuries. Great historical site.

Thank lindaolson
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Picturesque place. Lots of walking, small town which is well know for suckling pig. Tower was build many decades with no cement, just stones to transport water to the town.

Thank x0x0queen
Reviewed 1 week ago

Without a doubt travel outside of Madrid to see this amazing Roman ruin. It is astounding that over 2,000 years ago the Romans were able to construct this aquaduct and bring water in from miles away. Pictures alone do not do this justice. It is...More

Thank PBlyth
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I loved Segovia! The aqueduct is absolutely amazing! I was able to escape my tour group for about 3 hours and roam around on my own. Found a trail that offered breathtaking views of the city. I would highly recommend making this day trip from...More

1  Thank Jennifer H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The aqueduct in Segovia is the longest intact Roman aqueduct today and is really impressive to see in person especially considering it is nearly 2000 years old and built without the benefit of the machinery we have now. The aqueduct hasn't carried water for a...More

1  Thank Dennie C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The other reviews mention exactly this and I reiterate it - it's impressive when you think about how old this structure is (almost 2000 years old). There isn't too much to say about it - just be sure to take some time to look at...More

Thank Jenny I
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15 February 2017|
Response from carolynred8 | Reviewed this property |
Yes right next to the aqueduct, it's an old fashion bar, dark wood outside. The plus is if you go in a glass of wine and tapas €1.50 plus wifi. If you have the aqueduct behind you and your looking up streets where all the... More
30 January 2017|
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Response from Igu1981 | Reviewed this property |
Not very difficult, I will recomend you park in the road that ends up in the aqueduct but most of the places are pay and display. If you are going to stay for the whole day, just look for a private car park, there aren't... More
Vivek S
9 June 2016|
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Response from Stags262 | Reviewed this property |
Take the metro to the bus station at Moncloa . You can get tickets to Segovia on the bottom floor of the bus station. Look for sepulvedana bus name. The trip is about a little over an hour from the bus station.